Nektar co-founders Abhijeet Vijayvergiya and Aravind Ravi Sulekha
Singapore-based Nektar.ai, a productivity platform for sales teams, has raised $2.15 million in seed funding. Founded earlier this year, Nektar has been working in stealth mode with five companies, and has plans for an early adopter release before a public launch by the end of 2021. Its seed round was led by Nexus Venture Partners, with participation from Insignia Venture Partners, Arka Venture Labs, Better Capital and Vietnam Investments Group.
Individual investors also contributed to the funding, including Five9 executive vice president Anand Chandrasekaran; Airtel chief executive of enterprise business Ganesh Lakshminarayanan; Vinod Muthukrishnan, the chief growth officer of Cisco’s Contact Center Business Unit; Venkat Tadanki, who sold his former startup Daksh to IBM in 2004; and Capillary Technologies co-founder and CEO Aneesh Reddy.
Although 2020 will be remembered for Covid-19, it was also the year when the podcast finally came of age. For many of us, lockdowns caused us to turn to podcasts for our entertainment, information and connection with others when we weren’t able to socialize or we’d already binged everything that Netflix had to offer.
Some of the best podcasts established in 2020 involved businesses, celebrities, brands and politicians seeking new ways to connect with their audience or markets. Some podcasts grew so big that they entered the premier league of the entertainment industry. Just look at the likes of The Joe Rogan Experience which waws snapped up by Spotify for an unprecedented $120 million. There’s no doubt that podcasting is
James Campbell CEO and Co-Founder (Left) – Chris Doman CTO and Co-Founder (Right)
LONDON, England, Nov. 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cado Security (cadosecurity.com), provider of the world’s first cloud-native cyber forensics and response platform Cado Response, today announced the close of a $1.5 million seed round led by Ten Eleven Ventures, the original Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity venture capital firm. Cado Security will use the funding to expand its development team in the United Kingdom.
Traditional tools used to investigate cyber-attacks cannot assess potential impacts on cloud or container infrastructure. To accurately determine impact, companies have historically needed extensive time and a substantial budget to spend on third-party resources with cloud expertise. Regulatory requirements now mandate that companies move even quicker and more thoroughly in the aftermath of an incident. Companies are hard-pressed to
The company plans to ramp up hiring of talent and its product portfolio to serve quality education content for kids
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Edtech startup Lattu Kids on Wednesday announced it has closed seed round funding from Mumbai Angels. This follows Airtel picking up a strategic stake in Lattu Kids in June 2020 as part of the Airtel Startup Accelerator Program.
The Mumbai-based startup specializes in digital learning tools for children. The app focuses on improving English vocabulary, reading, and Math foundation skills for children under the age of 10 years through entertaining, fun learning animated videos and games.
“Today, early foundational learning is the most overlooked
Zero Co said it will use the fresh funds to launch new products, hire across senior roles, invest in pouch cleaning and sanitization technology, conduct further large scale ocean clean ups and explore international markets
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Sustainable packaging focused personal care and home-cleaning products brand Zero Co said on Tuesday it has raised AUD 2 million in seed funding round led by Skip Capital, the investment fund of Kim Jackson and Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar.
A clutch of other investors, including former St George Bank CEO Rob Chapman, Koala founders Dany Milham and Mitch Taylor and Alex Cornish of Cornish Family Investments also participated in the round.
Zero Co said it will use the fresh funds to launch new products, hire across senior roles, invest in world-first pouch cleaning and sanitization